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Leak Free Pumps and Compressors Handbook

Author : G. Vetter
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A survey of leak-free centrifugal and positive displacement pumps -- Properties and design criteria for magnetic drives on pumps -- Zero-leakage pumps equipped with permanent magnetic drive -- Leak-free centrifugal pumps in plastic -- Canned-motor pumps : an important contribution to leakage-free operation -- Standardized chemical pump with canned motor in flameproof enclosures -- Canned motor and magnetic drive systems : a comparison -- Reciprocating metering pumps in leak-free design -- Leakage-free metering of fluids in fully automated processes -- Process diaphragm pumps -- Diaphragm compressors -- Liquid ring vacuum pumps and compressors with magnetic drive -- Leak-proof Roots vacuum pumps.

Pneumatic Handbook

Author : A. Barber
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Accepted as the standard reference work on modern pneumatic and compressed air engineering, the new edition of this handbook has been completely revised, extended and updated to provide essential up-to-date reference material for engineers, designers, consultants and users of fluid systems.

Pump Users Handbook

Author : R. Rayner
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This handbook places emphasis on the importance of correct interpretation of pumping requirements, both by the user and the supplier. Completely reworked to incorporate the very latest in pumping technology, this practical handbook will enable you to understand the principles of pumping, hydraulics and fluids and define the various criteria necessary for pump and ancillary selection. The Pump Users Handbook will prove an invaluable aid in ordering pump equipment and in the recognition of fundamental oprational problems.

Improving Compressed Air System Performance

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Pumps and Compressors

Author : Marc Borremans
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A practical guide to the majority of pumps and compressors used in engineering applications Pumps and compressors are ubiquitous in industry, used in manufacturing, processing and chemical plant, HVAC installations, aerospace propulsion systems, medical applications, and everywhere else where there is a need to pump liquids, or circulate or compress gasses. This well-illustrated handbook covers the basic function, performance, and applications for the most widely used pump and compressor types available on the market today. It explains how each device operates and includes the governing mathematics needed to calculate device performance such as flow rates and compression. Additionally, real-world issues such as cavitation, and priming are covered. Pumps & Compressors is divided into two sections, each of which offers a notation of variables and an introduction. The Pumps section covers piston pumps, radial turbopumps, axial turbopumps, rotating pumps, hydraulic pumps, and pumps with driving flow. The Compressors section covers piston compressors, rotating compressors, turbo compressors, ejectors, vacuum pumps, and compressors for cooling purposes. A virtual encyclopedia of all pumps and compressors that describes the mechanics of all devices and the theory, mathematics, and formulas governing their function Allows the reader to develop the skills needed to confidently select the appropriate pump or compressor type and specification for their applications Pumps & Compressors is an excellent text for courses on pumps and compressors, as well as a valuable reference for professional engineers and laymen seeking knowledge on the topic.

Lawyers Desk Reference

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Reciprocating Machinery Dynamics

Author : Abdulla S. Rangwala
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This Book Primarily Written To Meet The Needs Of Practicing Engineers In A Large Variety Of Industries Where Reciprocating Machines Are Used, Although All Of The Material Is Suitable For College Undergraduate Level Design Engineering Courses. It Is Expected That The Reader Is Familiar With Basic To Medium Level Calculus Offered At The College Undergraduate Level.The First Chapter Of The Book Deals With Classical Vibration Theory, Starting With A Single Degree Of Freedom System, To Develop Concepts Of Damping, Response And Unbalance. The Second Chapter Deals With Types And Classification Of Reciprocating Machines, While The Third Chapter Discusses Detail-Design Aspects Of Machine Components. The Fourth Chapter Introduces The Dynamics Of Slider And Cranks Mechanism, And Provides Explanation Of The Purpose And Motion Of Various Components.The Fifth Chapter Looks Into Dynamic Forces Created In The System, And Methods To Balance Gas Pressure And Inertia Loads. The Sixth Chapter Explains The Torsional Vibration Theory And Looks At The Different Variables Associated With It. Chapter Seven Analyzes Flexural Vibrations And Lateral Critical Speed Concepts, Together With Journal Bearings And Their Impact On A Rotating System. Advanced Analytical Techniques To Determine Dynamic Characteristics Of All Major Components Of Reciprocating Machinery Are Presented In Chapter Eight. Methods To Mitigate Torsional Vibrations In A Crankshaft Using Absorbers Are Analyzed In Close Detail. Various Mechanisms Of Flexural Excitation Sources And Their Response On A Rotor-Bearing System Are Explored. Stability Of A Rotor And Different Destabilizing Mechanisms Are Also Included In This Chapter.Techniques In Vibration Measurement And Balancing Of Reciprocating And Rotating Systems Are Presented In Chapter Nine. Chapter Ten Looks At Computational Fluid Dynamics Aspects Of Flow Through Intake And Exhaust Manifolds, As Well As Fluid Flow Induced Component Vibrations. Chapter Eleven Extends This Discussion To Pressure Pulsations In Piping Attached To Reciprocating Pumps And Compressors. Chapter Twelve Considers The Interaction Between The Structural Dynamics Of Components And Noise, Together With Methods To Improve Sound Quality. Optimized Design Of Components Of Reciprocating Machinery For Specified Parameters And Set Target Values Is Investigated At Length In Chapter Thirteen. Practicing Engineers Interested In Applying The Theoretical Model To Their Own Operating System Will Find Case Histories Shown In Chapter FourteenUseful.

Handbook of Pollution Prevention and Cleaner Production Vol 1 Best Practices in the Petroleum Industry

Author : Nicholas P Cheremisinoff
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This new Handbook provides a series of reference guides to cleaner production methods, technologies, and practices for key industry sectors. Each volume covers, for each industry sector: * the manufacturing technologies * waste management * pollution * methods for estimating and reporting emissions * treatment and control technologies * worker and community health risk exposures * cost data for pollution management * cleaner production and prevention alternatives Best Practices in The Petroleum Industry provides an overview of refineries and gas plant operations and identifies the key Environmental Aspects, supported by case studies of major incidents that resulted in catastrophic releases of oil and refined products, and a critical assessment of the methodology and calculation procedures that the industry relies on in preparing emissions inventories. The authors offer alternative approaches to providing more accurate emissions estimates, and guidelines on cleaner production and pollution prevention practices for improving overall environmental performance. Overview of the key Environmental Aspects of gas plant operations and refineries Case studies of major incidents that resulted in catastrophic releases of oil and refined products, including the Santa Barbara oil spill of 1969 and the EXXON Valdez incident Provides guidelines on cleaner production and pollution prevention practices for improving overall environmental performance

Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences

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Dairy Science includes the study of milk and milk-derived food products, examining the biological, chemical, physical, and microbiological aspects of milk itself as well as the technological (processing) aspects of the transformation of milk into its various consumer products, including beverages, fermented products, concentrated and dried products, butter and ice cream. This new edition includes information on the possible impact of genetic modification of dairy animals, safety concerns of raw milk and raw milk products, peptides in milk, dairy-based allergies, packaging and shelf-life and other topics of importance and interest to those in dairy research and industry. Fully reviewed, revised and updated with the latest developments in Dairy Science Full color inserts in each volume illustrate key concepts Extended index for easily locating information

Updated Handbook for the 1979 Convention on Long range Transboundary Air Pollution and its Protocols

Author : United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
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The UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, adopted in 1979, is the first international legally binding instrument to address problems of air pollution on a broad regional basis. Initially focused on problems of acidification and eutrophication, it now addresses a wider array of pollutants including ground-level ozone, persistent organic pollutants, heavy metals and, most recently, particulate matter. This Handbook contains the most recent versions of the Convention's eight protocols as these have been amended and/or adjusted to maintain their relevance to the work of the Convention and to accommodate new Parties.

Fluid Power Design Handbook

Author : Frank Yeaple
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Maintaining and enhancing the high standards and excellent features that made the previous editions so popular, this book presents engineering and application information to incorporate, control, predict, and measure the performance of all fluid power components in hydraulic or pneumatic systems. Detailing developments in the ongoing "electronic revolution" of fluid power control, the third edition offers new and enlarged coverage of microprocessor control, "smart" actuators, virtual displays, position sensors, computer-aided design, performance testing, noise reduction, on-screen simulation of complex branch-flow networks, important engineering terms and conversion units, and more.

Paint Technology Handbook

Author : Rodger Talbert
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Modern paints and coatings offer an astounding variety of formulations that are used to improve the durability, appearance, and lifespan of countless products. From cars to furniture, computers, and mechanical components, paints and coatings play a vital role in nearly every manufactured product available. Straightforward Guidance for Developing and Fulfilling Product-Specific Criteria Written by an industry insider with more than 30 years of experience, the Paint Technology Handbook provides a practical and straightforward guide for the design of coatings systems. The text highlights the most practical analytical methods and their applications for material selection as well as manufacturing processes. Key Topics: · The components and properties of paints, including resins, pigments, extenders, solvents, and additives · The chemical composition, physical properties, function, wear characteristics, and other properties used for material selection · Color standards, metamerism, and color matching Processes and Techniques for Operating Optimal, Cost-Efficient Paint and Surface Finishing Systems Encompassing processes and equipment used for manufacturing the paints themselves as well as application systems, this book reviews the essential techniques and equipment for deposition and finishing systems. Highlights Include: · A survey of liquid paint application technologies, including spray and electrodeposition techniques · Transfer efficiency, automated control, and maintenance for all application techniques · Curing, testing methods for finished materials, and quality control techniques The Paint Technology Handbook emphasizes the importance of understanding paint materials, manufacturing techniques, testing, deposition techniques, and equipment in order to meet product-specific needs.

Commercial Energy Auditing Reference Handbook Third Edition

Author : Steve Doty
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Designed to serve as a comprehensive resource for performing energy audits in commercial facilities, this revised practical desk reference for energy engineers has been updated and expanded. All focal areas of the building energy audit and assessment are covered, with new chapters on water efficiency and feedback and behavior in energy management. Updated topics include compressed air, computer modeling, data center efficiency, measurement and verification, lighting, laundries, HVAC economizer savings and building vacancy along with manufacturing unit operations and calculating savings from automatic controls.

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology

Author : George E. Totten
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When it was first published some two decades ago, the original Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology stood on technology's cutting-edge as the first comprehensive reference to assist the emerging science of tribology lubrication. Later, followed by Volume II, Theory and Design and Volume III, Monitoring, Materials, Synthetic Lubricants, and Ap

Education Manual

Author : United States Armed Forces Institute
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Truck Service Manual

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Environmental Engineers Handbook on CD ROM

Author : David H.F. Liu
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This CRCnetBASE version of the best-selling Environmental Engineers' Handbook contains all of the revised, expanded, and updated information of the second edition and more. The fully searchable CD-ROM offers virtually instant access to all of the interrelated factors and principles affecting our environment as well as how the government and the industry must deal with it. It addresses the ongoing global transition in cleaning up the remains of abandoned technology, the prevention of pollution created by existing technology. The Environmental Engineers' Handbook on CD-ROM provides daily problem solving tools and information on state-of-the-art technologies for the future. The technology and specific equipment used in environmental control and clean-up is included for those professionals in need of detailed technical information. Because analytical results are an essential part of any environmental study, analytical methods used in environmental analysis are presented as well. Data is clearly presented in tables and schematic diagrams that illustrate the technology and techniques used in different areas. Béla G. Lipták speaks on Post-Oil Energy Technology on the AT&T Tech Channel.

Air Force Manual

Author : United States. Dept. of the Air Force
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Handbook of Air Conditioning Heating and Ventilating

Author : Eugene Stamper
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This comprehensive and acclaimed volume provides a wealth of practical information on the design, installation, and operation of air conditioning, heating, and ventilating systems.

Handbook of Electrical Engineering

Author : Alan L. Sheldrake
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A practical treatment of power system design within the oil, gas, petrochemical and offshore industries. These have significantly different characteristics to large-scale power generation and long distance public utility industries. Developed from a series of lectures on electrical power systems given to oil company staff and university students, Sheldrake's work provides a careful balance between sufficient mathematical theory and comprehensive practical application knowledge. Features of the text include: Comprehensive handbook detailing the application of electrical engineering to the oil, gas and petrochemical industries Practical guidance to the electrical systems equipment used on off-shore production platforms, drilling rigs, pipelines, refineries and chemical plants Summaries of the necessary theories behind the design together with practical guidance on selecting the correct electrical equipment and systems required Presents numerous 'rule of thumb' examples enabling quick and accurate estimates to be made Provides worked examples to demonstrate the topic with practical parameters and data Each chapter contains initial revision and reference sections prior to concentrating on the practical aspects of power engineering including the use of computer modelling Offers numerous references to other texts, published papers and international standards for guidance and as sources of further reading material Presents over 35 years of experience in one self-contained reference Comprehensive appendices include lists of abbreviations in common use, relevant international standards and conversion factors for units of measure An essential reference for electrical engineering designers, operations and maintenance engineers and technicians.